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The Dunkery Beacon
Wootton Courtenay
Somerset

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The Dunkery Beacon is a family run country house set in lovely grounds and recently refurbished with stunning views over Exmoor. Red deer and other wildlife can often be seen and heard from the house! Nestling in south facing hills within the pretty village of Wootton Courtenay, The Dunkery Beacon is the perfect rural retreat to relax and unwind while enjoying the beauty of Exmoor. For the more energetic there are wonderful opportunities for riders, cyclists and walkers from the door.

The lovely country house atmosphere at the Dunkery Beacon provides a special location for group bookings. We will create a tailor made package that is just right for you including evening meals, picnics and licensed bar. We provide our guests with a warm and friendly welcome, a cosy lounge with log burner, beautiful gardens to sit and relax in, elegant and individually styled en-suite accommodation, hearty breakfasts using local produce and drying and storing facilities.

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